What is "home" to you?

I'm in my 50s, and getting ready to move, again. As I look at new apartments, etc, I realized I am really looking for a place that feels like "home." But… I am having trouble visualizing what I'm actually looking for. Do you know what "home" is for you?


How can I overcome the dread of moving?

In a month I'm moving from a small town in Michigan to Washington DC. I'm moving with my best friend, and we have a great place picked out. I'm finally moving out of my parents and becoming an adult! The thing is I'm freaking terrified. How can I get over my fear of leaving and just let myself enjoy this change or at least relax a little?


How do you safely travel with your pet overseas?

I'm looking for some advice. My husband and I are moving to Sweden at the end of the month from Seattle. We are taking our giant cat Hax0r with us. He is too heavy to fly in the cabin, and will have to go under the plane as cargo. Sadly, all I can find online are horror stories about lost or injured pets. Have you ever traveled overseas with your fur baby? What advice would you give?


Ugly crying over moving out? Been there! Here are my 5 steps to happiness

I feel embarrassed to confess this, so please bear with me (I feel so silly). But… I am moving out of my first very own apartment, and I cried more about this than I like to admit. This place became my hoodie, my comfort zone. For the first time in 15 years I didn't dread coming home. I am losing my first and only home I ever truly had and loved. How do I cope with this, you ask? Good question. There are five strategies I came up with that have been helping me with my struggle to say bye to my bachelorette pad…